Freedom from Drug Addiction: Is it possible?

Former Crack Addict writes .I smashed the pipe with a hammer!.

Often we hear "relapse is part of recovery" but No Relapse is also possible! Here are two testimonials; the first from the parent of a long term drug free individual and the second from a long time drug abuser - recently drug free individual; both Graduates of Narconon California.

"...Both my wife and I were impressed with the program and the dedication of the people involved. More impressive is the result we have seen in our son. With your help (and that of our Creator) he has gained back his life after twenty years of lost time. Enthusiastically he is looking forward to productive and enjoyable remaining years. Even I have learned from watching his growing maturity during the four years since he left Narconon." -J.S.B.

"I passed! I was at home and surprised myself with the discovery of a crack pipe; hidden a long while ago. I pondered.should I or shouldn.t I? Fortunately I had the tools I.d learned at Narconon. I made the right decision; I smashed the pipe with a hammer! I told my wife and she was happy." G. S.

Narconon Southern California is a non-profit, public benefit corporation providing effective drug rehabilitation and drug education services. The Narconon Program uses a holistic, drug-free educational approach to drug rehabilitation and is open to persons of any race, creed, color or religion.

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Catherine Savage, Director of Community Affairs

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